Music - Minor
Bachelor of Arts Minor
Sharing your love of music
If you're a musically inclined student who wants to expand your study beyond ensemble participation while earning a bachelor's degree in a different field, adding a music minor is a great option.
What will I learn?
All types of students pursue music minors, especially those who are passionate about music and want to keep it a part of their lives, but who are not majoring in it. While pursuing a music minor, you will be required to obtain six ensemble credits as part of the requirements. Here is a sampling of classes you will take.
Aural and vocal study of rhythmic patterns, scales, intervals, triads, seventh chords, and song and choral materials primarily in treble and bass clef.
Music scholarships available
Whether you intend to build your degree around music or simply want to perform in an ensemble, Simpson offers a robust scholarship program for students from all majors interested in continuing musical pursuits throughout college.
Everyone is welcome
Music at Simpson welcomes and encourages student involvement in all of our performing and ensemble opportunities. Whether you are majoring in music or majoring in another academic discipline on campus and simply want stay involved in the field of music, we welcome you.
Everyone who becomes a part of the music community at Simpson benefits from excellent ensemble experiences, applied music instruction (lessons) with exceptionally qualified and expert faculty and opera performances that are open to any student, regardless of major.
Like what you have heard so far?
If you're interested in all the amazing things happening in the Department of Music at Simpson, you've come to the right place.